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I think this article needs to be reworked a bit. Since its in Muppet mentions, and pertains only to references in the Fudge series (as opposed to including Blume's other works, since they are referenceless), it makes more sense to retitle this article (or move the info and have Judy Blume redirect), and redirect the individual titles to that article. I don't know exactly what the title would be (is there an umbrella name for the Fudge series?). That would make more sense with the Literature categorization also, since the Muppets never used or referenced any of Blume's work. Thoughts? --Cantus Rock 18:24, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
- I think individual redirects for every Fudge book seems excessive (though doublke-checking, there's only three here, so maybe not). However, it does make sense to move this to either Fudge or Fudge books (which is how they're categorized on Blume's site). Also, if that's the case, the image of Blume should be removed, and a book cover substituted. That's how it's done on The Areas of My Expertise, the most comporable page. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 18:37, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
- Well anything thats going to be housed solely in an article that doesn't bear it's name should be redirected to that article in which it resides, regardless of the redirect number (being that each book isn't getting a seperate page). Three shouldn't be an issue I'd say.
- Other than that the rest sounds good to me. Which article title do ya think works better? --Cantus Rock 20:25, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
- Well, I have my own feelings on re-directs (the primary issue being whether they would actually be used or should be used, one reason I tend to delete misspelled redirects), but that's another conversation, and yeah, not a big deal in this case. And as for titles, I'd go with Fudge for now. In the event that a sentient piece of Muppet Fudge shows up, or an article on fudge brownies as a motif is created, we can always disambiguate then. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 20:31, 21 October 2006 (UTC)
Looks good Mr. Leal :) --Cantus Rock 08:39, 22 October 2006 (UTC)